On March 23, Insider Louisville welcomed INsiders once again to a Coffee Conversation. Managing Editor Mickey Meece and her staff discussed the stories they are working on and entertained questions from those present about Insider Louisville’s goals and visions.

INsiders asked questions related to editorial processes, how digital journalism differs from print journalism. The group also discussed the shifting media landscape and Insider Louisville’s growing newsroom. (Specifically, with member support, Insider was able to hire Olivia Krauth who will primarily focus on education. We also welcome the contributions of two freelancers, Michael L. Jones (who will explore communities) and Lisa Hornung (who will focus on courts and crime.)

Insider Louisville promises transparency and we keep that promise. Of course, that also means that those present today got the scoop before everyone else. Do you want to be one of them next time?

Become a member of Insider Louisville and you can also engage with the reporters who create the indispensable news you’ve come to expect and depend on. More importantly, your support will help Insider triple our news output by adding more professional journalists and covering more crucial beats.

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At Insider Louisville, we dig deeper, ask more questions, and seek experts to add analysis and context to the issues that our readers – Louisville’s stakeholders – care about the most. Our mission is to inform these readers with impactful, public-service journalism so that they can help shape outcomes. Our goal is to raise the level of civic engagement in our communities and to be an indispensable source of information about local business, government, education, health, and culture.


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